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Library patrons may not know how to use a library effectively. This can be due to lack of early exposure,

shyness, or anxiety and fear of displaying ignorance. In United States public libraries, beginning in the 19th century these problems drove the emergence of the library instruction movement, which advocated library user education. One of the early leaders was John Cotton Dana. The basic form of library instruction is generally known as information literacy.

Libraries inform their users of what materials are available in their collections and how to access that information. Before the computer age, this was accomplished by the card catalog a cabinet containing many drawers filled with index cards that identified books and other materials. In a large library, the card catalog often filled a large room. The emergence of the Internet, however, has led to the adoption of electronic catalog databases (often referred to as "webcats" or as OPACs, for "online public access catalog"), which allow users to search the library's holdings from any location with Internet access. This style of catalog maintenance is compatible with new types of libraries, such as digital libraries and distributed libraries, as well as older libraries that have been retrofitted.

 

 

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Benicia Library
Benicia, CA 707 746-4339

Bay Area Electric Railroad Library
5848 State Highway 12, Suisun City, CA 707 374-2978

California Medical Facility
1600 California Dr, Vacaville, CA 707 448-6841

Dixon Public Library
230 N 1st St, Dixon, CA 707 678-5447

Fairfield-Suisun Community Lib
1150 Kentucky St, Fairfield, CA 707 421-6500

John F Kennedy Library
505 Santa Clara St, Vallejo, CA 707 553-5568

Rio Vista Library
44 S 2nd St, Rio Vista, CA 707 374-2664

Springstowne Library
1003 Oakwood Ave, Vallejo, CA 707 553-5546

Solano Community College
4000 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield, CA 707 864-7180

Solano County Law Library
600 Union Ave, Fairfield, CA 707 421-6520

Suisun City Library
333 Sunset Ave # 280, Suisun City, CA 707 421-6937

Vacaville Library
1 Town Sq, Vacaville, CA 707 469-4590

 
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Electronic catalog databases are disfavored by some who believe that the old card catalog system was both easier to navigate and allowed retention of information, by writing directly on the cards, that is lost in the electronic systems. This argument is analogous to the debate over paper books and e-books. While they have been accused of precipitously throwing out valuable information in card catalogs, most modern libraries have nonetheless made the movement to electronic catalog databases.
 
 
 
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